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Business Process Management: The Third Wave

  title={Business Process Management: The Third Wave},
  author={Howard Smith and Peter Fingar},
From the Publisher: The first limited distribution edition of this groundbreaking book was published in September 2002, and subsequently designed for "fast track" reads by either business or technology readers. The business impact is covered in the first 197 pages. Ten years ago, Computer Sciences Corporation's James Champy co-authored the New York Times best seller, Reengineering the Corporation, that set the world alight with over 2,000,000 copies in print. But that was last decade. Ten… Expand
The evaluation framework for business process management methodologies
1. INTRODUCTIONOrganisations are increasingly aware of the meaning of a comprehensive treatment and management of their business processes. This is due to an intense competition in the global market,Expand
Entity-centric operations modeling for business process management — A multidisciplinary review of the state-of-the-art
  • J. Sanz, P. Nandi
  • Engineering, Computer Science
  • Proceedings of 2011 IEEE 6th International Symposium on Service Oriented System (SOSE)
  • 2011
The notion of entities as the main subjects of processes and entity life-cycle as a technique for dynamic modeling of operations were introduced independently by K. Robinson, C. Rosenquist and M. Jackson in 1983 and established an important foundation for business process modeling. Expand
Business process management: Attempted concepticide?
INTRODUCTION The utopian picture of Business Process Management (BPM) is ubiquitous. It is “a fundamental change” (CSC, 2002), “the holistic business platform for the agile company of the future”Expand
The Fusion of Process and Knowledge Management
Over a decade ago, Knowledge Management (KM) was hailed as an approach that would unearth and leverage the buried knowledge held closely by a company’s employees, and would drive innovation,Expand
The History and Evolution of Business Process Management
Having discussed electronic resources management (ERM) and its need to be a formally organized process, in this chapter we will look at the formal definition of a business process, the history andExpand
The Grid Enterprise — Structuring the Agile Business of the Future
This paper identifies the shortfall in current Web Services solutions and highlights how a service-oriented architecture can overcome them and extends this architecture to incorporate both business process management and grid computing and concludes by deriving a future form for the truly agile enterprise. Expand
Managing on Purpose: A Practitioner's Goal for a Recalcitrant Bank
  • B. Frew
  • Computer Science
  • 2009 42nd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
  • 2009
This paper analyses the application and evolution of a holistic model of the BPM management system in a large Australian bank and proposes an alternative engagement model to the 'expert' engagement model employed between the B PM support unit and the business. Expand
Progressing an Organizational Approach to BPM: Integrating Experience from Industry and Research
This paper reflects upon the role of the study in Company Q’s subsequent BPM journey and describes BPM as a holistic approach to managing an organization. Expand
Empirical research in business process management: introduction to the special issue
In this editorial letter, we provide the readers of Information Systems and e-Business Management with an introduction to Business Process Management and the challenges of empirical research in thisExpand
From business process management to business process ecosystem
It is argued that a wider view of the business process ecosystem is needed to take account of the social perspective as well as the human/non-human dimension to understand the business/IT relationship. Expand


The Pi-Calculus - a theory of mobile processes
This book presents the pi-calculus, a theory of mobile systems, which provides a conceptual framework for understanding mobility, and mathematical tools for expressing systems and reasoning about their behaviors. Expand
A relational model of data for large shared data banks
A model based on n-ary relations, a normal form for data base relations, and the concept of a universal data sublanguage are introduced and certain operations on relations are discussed and applied to the problems of redundancy and consistency in the user's model. Expand
The Balanced Scorecard Report, Harvard Business School Publishing and the Balanced Scorecard Collaborative
  • The Balanced Scorecard Report, Harvard Business School Publishing and the Balanced Scorecard Collaborative
  • 2002